An analysis of coherent digital receivers in a jamming environment.
Farwell, Faris T., Jr
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The effect of various jammer waveforms on known optimum coherent digital receivers is analyzed and evaluated in terms of receiver performance. The optimum jaaner waveform for the specified receiver is derived and several jamming strategies are studied and compared to the optimum case. These jammer waveforms strategies include deterministic models of tonal, weighted signals, frequency moiilated, and additive white noise jamiers. An M-AR5T digital coherent receiver using orthogonal modulation (FSK) , is subjected to various jammer waveforms and the receiver performance analyzed. Graphical results based on numerical inalyses are presented to show the effects of jammer waveforms on receiver performance.
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